Bummer… Lib Genius Paul Krugman Gives Netroots Speech – To Empty Room

Bummer…
Liberal genius and NY Times propagandist, Paul Krugman, was slated to speak today at Netroots 2012.  Unfortunately, he wasn’t quite the draw they were hoping for.
The room was empty.

It was a rough week for the NY Times crank…
Today’s event followed the public smackdown by the Estonian president on Twitter earlier in the week.

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  • http://redc1c4.livejournal.com/ redc1c4

    it reminds me of the inside of his skull…

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  • Roadrunner

    You can explain this fairly easily. These are the .9999999%.

  • FloridaNative

    If an idiot speaks in the forest, does anybody care?

  • Army Dad

    I bet CNN gives this event a shout out!

  • lizzy84

    Paul who?

  • Captain Kirk

    How embarrassing…

  • http://www.southernwolf.net S. Wolf

    LOL 😆 :mrgreen:

  • Tim in Cali

    Lib Genius Paul Krugman Gives Netroots Speech –

    To Empty Room…and he still wasn’t the most intelligent person in the room..

  • old glazier

    See what happens when you diss Estonia?

  • Dan C

    Hilarious.

  • kato

    Well, at least a dozen people still read his stuff in the Times.

  • Stella Baskomb

    “I’m outta here – – no one told me there would be math.”

    “Or economics”

    “Or Krugman”

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  • David

    Everyone was out shopping and spending more to fix Americas economic problems

  • Woody

    That’s silly, I would have attended even though I disagree with everything he says.

  • richie

    I guess he has no followers, ROTFLMAO, this has to STING

  • dba…vagabond trader

    The fate of Ubama in a couple of years.

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  • Bill Mitchell

    I’m starting to believe Obama’s base is becoming a bit discouraged.